Russia, Accused of Faking News, Unfurls Its Own ‘Fake News’ Bill

A measure in Parliament would fine social networks about $800,000 for posts deemed factually inaccurate. Critics say it could limit freedom of speech online.

Russia, Accused of Faking News, Unfurls Its Own ‘Fake News’ Bill 2018/07/22 23:34

Saturday Profile: Rapper Translates U.K.’s Angry Underprivileged for the Middle and Upper Classes

In his book “Poverty Safari,” Darren McGarvey, a prominent rapper, seeks to explain the resentment and sense of exclusion among Britain’s Brexit-supporting underclass.

Saturday Profile: Rapper Translates U.K.’s Angry Underprivileged for the Middle and Upper Classes 2018/07/22 21:27

It’s Not Just the Tampon Tax: Why Periods Are Political

More people than ever are discussing periods in public, including a push for “menstrual equity” and an end to tampon taxes. We explain.

It’s Not Just the Tampon Tax: Why Periods Are Political 2018/07/22 16:23

Madeleine Kamman, 87, Who Gave Americans a Taste of France, Dies

Schooled in Paris, she was a strong-willed teacher of traditional French cuisine for modern tastes and an influential chef and restaurateur.

Madeleine Kamman, 87, Who Gave Americans a Taste of France, Dies 2018/07/22 06:07

Russia Seeks Release of Woman Accused of Being Covert Agent

The request, by Russia’s foreign minister, followed a week when Moscow had appeared to control the narrative on a range of international issues.

Russia Seeks Release of Woman Accused of Being Covert Agent 2018/07/21 21:56

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